Wildlife conservation operates at many levels—some efforts aim to help a single population or species, while others attempt to set entire communities or ecosystems back on track. Regardless of scale, wildlife conservation often hits the headlines as the articles listed here reflect.
- Amphibian Declines (2)
- Endangered Cats (8)
- Global Climate Change (2)
- Habitat Restoration (3)
- Polar Bear Listing (4)
- Policy & Planning (3)
- Population Declines (3)
- The Whaling Controversy (5)
- Wolf Protection (4)
- Wildlife News Roundups (4)
The year 2006 brought with it a wide range of wildlife headlines.
The year 2007 brought with it a wide range of wildlife headlines. There were fascinating discoveries—a new species of snow leopard and a new type of hummingbird. There were poignant losses—the Yangtze river dolphin and the loss of seventeen endangered cranes. And there were conservation victories—the cleanup of Osborne Reef and the...
The year 2008 has been filled with news of intriguing zoological discoveries, conservation successes, and thought-provoking ecological warnings. There is news of never-before-described areas of wildlife—from the savannas of the Brazilian Cerrado to the the wildlife of South Atlantic's Abrolhos Bank.
The year 2009 has so far brought with it news of intriguing zoological discoveries, conservation successes, and thought-provoking ecological warnings.
Scientists can only estimate the number of species that share planet Earth with us and new species are discovered all the time. Some species, like Kiwa hirsuta—a furry crustacean found deep within the waters of the South Pacific—are so unique they seem alien. Others, like Neofelis diardi—a new species of clouded leopard—have been known to...